The Pastor and the iPad: Shepherding [Series]

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[Note: This is part three in a series discussing practical, pastoral uses of an iPad. You might find it helpful to start with part one and/or part two.]

“What’s the most difficult aspect of being a pastor?” The answer to that question truly depends on the minister, their personality and skills, along with the make-up and maturity of their congregation. However, I think that most pastors would agree that shepherding the flock is right up there, in their top three “most difficult aspects,” if not the top spot. Personally, shepherding is tough. It’s not a part of my natural skill-set, which is good because it forces me to depend more on God, but also exhausting.

Thankfully, the overworked and under-organized pastor just might find a well-needed ally in the iPad. To that end, here are a few ways that an iPad can help you be a better shepherd.

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Crafting A Message to Get Volunteers Involved

Crafting A Message To Get Volunteers Involved

The mission of your church, in a practical sense, depends on volunteers’ involvement. It is how all members engage with the mission of God. It is a practical way for Christ followers to make a difference. Thus it is important to have others involved. Crafting a message to get volunteers involved is an important part […]

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Useful & Free Greek Study Apps

Greek Apps

I recently began my third semester of graduate studies at Freed-Hardeman University where I am enrolled in the Master of Arts in New Testament program which requires at least four semesters of Greek. Being the self-proclaimed technology nerd and Greek geek that I am, I went on a mad search for whatever apps I could […]

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The Man Behind the App: Owlegories [Podcast #74]

Owlegories Podcast

We get a behind the scenes look at the Owlegories children’s mobile app that teaches kids about God and His creation in a very cool way. Are you thinking about building an app for your church or ministry? Or maybe you have a cool idea for a mobile app? Take a listen to this interview: […]

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